Vehicles Stolen From Henry Ford Museum – Car Pro News

You’d think your Model A would be safe at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn, Michigan.
The good news is the Ford hometown Dearborn Police got back the 1930 Ford Model A stolen more than two weeks ago from the parking lot at the Henry Ford Museum in Dearborn. It has been found undamaged.
Dearborn Police recovered the classic roadster last week in Detroit. The Model A’s owner was visiting the museum when the car, its trailer and the Ford F-250 truck being used to tow them disappeared.
Dearborn Police said that after developing leads from people and through surveillance, they found the Model A without a scratch on it and its trailer in an industrial area in the city.
“It was a pleasure for us to be able to call the car’s owner in California to let him know that his classic piece of Ford history was recovered by our Special Operations crew,” said Police Chief Ronald Haddad in a statement.
The cops still are searching for his 2001 F-250 truck though. It’s white with gold trim on the bottom and has California plate 6P95642 in a NASCAR license plate frame and a NASCAR sticker in the rear window. If you spot it, you can call the Help Eliminate Auto Theft tip line at 800-242-4328 or go to www.miheat.org.

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